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Someone at the BBC has told someone else at the same organisation that the company is considering offering an add-on digital radio for iPods. Or maybe cars. Or maybe other devices. Staffer A could not tell staffer B when the gizmo will ship, how much it might cost, or whether it will be offered in black, white or both.

One of the two BBC employees was told that his or her employer is conducting a feasibility study to see whether there's demand for such a device. The other staffer said the broadcaster needs to make digital radio relevant.

To whom or to what, he didn't say.

Tomorrow: we report on how one Reg Hardware worker told another Reg Hardware employee that the company is considering making a "significant investment" in a new coffee machine. It is "complete speculation" that Sir Alan Sugar is involved in the project. ®

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